Some Twitter users misidentified a photograph of serial hoaxer Jonathan Riches in a "Make Whites Great Again" cap as former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin.
She's amassed more than 56 million followers, danced with J Lo and helped out Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine — all while finishing sophomore year of high school.
Those six words spoken by Kourtney Kardashian have been used to deride anything that feels trivial in comparison to pressing global issues.
His "double rainbow" viral video represented authenticity, before Internet videos became increasingly manufactured.
Conspiracy theories have flourished during the pandemic.
Roker’s advice: “Don’t try to be Mr. or Ms. Talking Head. Just be you, and everything else will follow.”
Fighting online misinformation, such as the 5G conspiracy theory, can feel like fighting a waterfall. But it can be done.
Musk, who has made faulty predictions and trafficked in misinformation on the coronavirus, took aim at society's shelter-in-place orders in a profanity-laced rant on Tesla's earnings call Wednesday.
The brand's feed has earned high praise, but what's the end game?
Our calendars are like ghosts of the lives we would have led.
American Football headlined the digital festival, which was set in a pixelated version of the Brooklyn concert venue Elsewhere.
The meme requires a special kind of math.
Everyone from YouTube stars to amateurs are creating parody songs about coronavirus and social distancing.
From Google Hangouts to Houseparty, here are the apps that are most useful for happy hours, game nights and dance parties while self-quarantining.
One marble-racing Twitter video got 35 million views.
Normally, April Fools' Day is a marketing bonanza. Amid covid-19, it's eerily silent.
Video chats are pervasive now that we're all quarantining, but they make many of us anxious — not to mention having to deal with your pet birds in the background.
During our quarantine amid the coronavirus, many are posting their Screen Time reports on Twitter as a badge of shame — or honor.
"Love is Quarantine" has adapted the Netflix show for Instagram in the time of the coronavirus. Followers tune in to watch quarantined individuals date without ever seeing each other, like on "Love is Blind."
Millions watched Mark Laita's story about "Kelly" on YouTube. A GoFundMe campaign raised more than $29,000, and then people in the comments began to question whether it was all real.